Not a single word. Silence of the government in response to the tribute by the army unit Francoist Governor of Córdoba annoys CGT trade unionwho decided not to wait any longer. Four months after the executive branch’s request for action last November, the anarcho-syndicalist central contacted the ombudsman try to get an explanation.
“To date, no response has been received to the letter sent,” summarizes the document presented by the CGT, which highlights – along with various images – that on November 1, members of Guzmán el Bueno’s brigade performed an act of homage “in front of Franco’s war graves.”
One of the recipients was General Ciriaco Cascajo Ruiz“whose participation on the side of the rebels was decisive in the province of Córdoba in 1936,” the union emphasized in a note issued last January when it reported these facts to the government.
In addition to emphasizing the “brutal repression” undertaken by Cascajo “after the end of the conflict in 1939”, the CGT emphasizes another point: a few meters from the place where the war tribute was held.there is a mass grave where the remains of those who were killed by these conspirators continue to remain, who today are remembered with honors by the Spanish Democratic Army.”
In this sense, the union emphasizes that during 2022 and until 2024 it is expected that tamper with this grave to retrieve the remains of the victims.
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